• Report: #385601

Complaint Review: GoodFeet Good Feet

  • Submitted: Tue, October 28, 2008
  • Updated: Thu, July 05, 2012

  • Reported By:Denver Colorado
GoodFeet Good Feet
98 N Wadsworth Blvd Lakewood, Colorado U.S.A.

GoodFeet Good Feet Arch supports total ripoff - A great way to lose money!! Denver Colorado

*Consumer Comment: Good Feet Arch Support

*Consumer Comment: Good Feet Supports

*Consumer Comment: Good Feet helped me

*Consumer Comment: Good Feet Are Great

*Consumer Comment: Good Product / Questionable Sales Tactics

*Consumer Comment: Good Feet Rebuttal

*Author of original report: Responding to rebuttals

*UPDATE Employee: Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

*UPDATE Employee: Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

*UPDATE Employee: Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

*UPDATE Employee: Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

*Consumer Comment: A great product and company

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I spent nearly $600 on the support system and must admit: it was a complete waste of time and money. The system consists of three pairs of el-cheapo plastic inserts, a couple of foam shoe cushions, and some velcro.

I was told the products were guaranteed GUARANTEED to help improve my plantar fascitis.

I had to return to the store several times for different supports. Every time, the clerk gave me some song and dance about how the supports I'd been given were too big, too wide, too stiff (etc) and the previous clerk should have known better. One clerk would tell me to wear them for X-amount of time. The next clerk would say no, that's wrong, they should be worn for Y-amount of time. The next clerk said they should be worn every other day. They didn't have a clue what they were talking about and they all contradicted each other. Not only did the supports NOT help my plantar fascitis, they caused me quite a bit of foot/leg pain and I had to get chiropractic adjustments while wearing them.

Now, this is the gross part. All of the inserts that I was given had dirt marks, velcro backing adhesive, scratches, and scuffs of color from being worn in OTHER PEOPLE'S SHOES before being given to me!! Every single pair was dirty. I have pictures to prove it. GoodFeet insists they clean the inserts between customers, but obviously this is either a complete lie or a complete fantasy on their part. If you've ever seen them, you'd agree the inserts probably cost about $2 each to fabricate. The fact that they're re-used between customers is a testament to GoodFeet's ultracheap business practices and complete disregard for basic product quality.

After months of dealing with sales clerks that couldn't give me the right inserts or tell me how to properly wear them, I gave up and asked to return the system. The store clerk very icily told me we don't do returns then she turned her back and walked away from me. I followed her to the counter and informed her that they DID do them. It was very clearly noted when I was told they were guaranteed to work. She actually had to call a store manager at another location to check. Then she made me talk to that manager on the phone, who informed me they would not take back any of the cushions for hygienic reasons even though they were still sealed in their original packaging. She also informed me that there is a 30% standard restocking fee on returned inserts. She said this was consistent with places like Best Buy and Circuit City (she didn't seem to understand that consumers have the opportunity to research electronics before buying them and they're standardized by model hardly the case with shoe inserts). So, do the math 30% on $600 = $180 to take six dirty pieces of plastic back to the stock room before giving them to the next poor schmuck that walks through the door.

It took several weeks, three managers, numerous unreturned phone calls, and one special permission from the franchise owner to get the restock fee lowered to 15%. Better than nothing, I guess. It was the most frustrating customer service experience EVER! Of course, even with the adjustment, the refund could only be given in the form of a store credit. Great $500 worth of really ugly and overpriced shoes just what I needed.

What concerns me most about this company is their use of a trusted sports figure spokesman and their blatant targeting of senior citizens in their marketing. Every time I went in the store, there were senior citizens waiting to try the product, many of whom were on fixed incomes. PLEASE if you read this, know that I am taking the time to write my experience so that you can protect yourselves and your loved ones from this horrible company. There is no way to know if the system will work for you until after you try it. And you have to buy it before you can try it. Once you buy it, it's yours. I was told by one store manager that the inserts only work well for about 1 out of every 3 customers. It's an expensive gamble and the odds are not in the consumer's favor.

Pea
Denver, Colorado
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/28/2008 10:56 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GoodFeet-Good-Feet/Lakewood-Colorado-80226/GoodFeet-Good-Feet-Arch-supports-total-ripoff-A-great-way-to-lose-money-Denver-Colorad-385601. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Good Feet Arch Support

AUTHOR: Tyrafavara - (USA)

 I bought a pair of customized orthotics 6 years ago before they were popular and I paid about $600. I was desperate, because I had swelling on the lateral sides of knees and pain , eventually I couldn't bend my knees bcs of the swelling... After receiving my orthotics it took about 8 months to get pain free, but that was bcs I didn't listen to the sales persons directions. They told me to take it gently and light/slow at first, but I was in such a hurry to feel the difference that I wore them too long and gave myself plantar fasciitis. These customized inserts do work, but you must start slowly and then there is the price. Just like the cost of great tires on a car, you're going to pay for the right equipment on your feet. Even though the material is very cheap you are going to pay a high amount because of what the inserts do for you, which is fix the alignment of your feet, your knees, your hips, to your shoulders. It's unfortunate that any type of medical device they price gouge the consumer because they know how desperate we are to get out of pain but they are definitely worth it, in my opinion!

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#2 Consumer Comment

Good Feet Supports

AUTHOR: Chris in Oregon - (USA)

I went into a Good Feet store out of pain from Plantar Fasciitis that had just started hoping to find some relief. The sales person was smooth and skilled at his job. I ended up purchasing their 3 part system as the salesperson insisted I needed all 3 for my greatest chances for relief. About $1000! Yes, very expensive.

In reading the reviews after I made my purchase I saw negative and positive ones. The negative ones fueled my fears that I had been duped. I wore these things according to the schedule they supplied me. Doubting. It has been about 6 weeks and my pain is about 90% gone. I also do exercises to stretch my feet out.

My conclusion is I did not need all 3 supports. I wear The Exerciser and The Relaxer. My pain is most of the way gone after 6 weeks and am hopeful it will continue improving. It was worth it to me to pay the money for the relief it has given me.

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#3 Consumer Comment

Good Feet helped me

AUTHOR: Rick - ()

 I am sorry you had a bad experience with good feet. I went there in desperation. I had plantar fasciitis to the point I could hardly walk. After using the inserts for 3-4 days my pain was 90 percent better.

I was not happy with the price. I did buy the whole package. If I did it again I would only buy one of them. The good feet salesman did call me after 4 days to see how my inserts were working and offered adjustments if I was having problems.

It has been a year. I am still wearing my inserts. I have no pain any more and am back to hiking and hunting all day.

This was my experience, and is not made up. These products may not help everyone but they did help me.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Good Feet Are Great

AUTHOR: Jul - ()

I suppose that they might not work for everyone. However my partner has terrible bunions, neuropathy and deformed nails that make her feet very uncomfortable. Multiple times a day I would hear complaints about her feet, they hurt, they tingled, they felt like stumps. Many pairs of (unworn) shoes and (unused) foot gadgets later I took her to Good Feet.  Immediately after trying the Exerciser she stood up straighter than I have every seen and said "I have no pain or discomfort at all."  She walked around the store. Trying the different inserts (maintainer and relaxer)...    We bought the set.   
She followed the instructions to a T. Gradually increasing time with the exerciser, using the maintainer and the relaxer also. Never, ever going barefoot.  I kept waiting for the complaints about her discomfort. They never came back.  Now this was not yesterday or last week, this was five months ago.  She is still comfortable, is walking much more, and her knees and hips also feel great. Did I mention she is nearly 80? 
I am impressed with the time taken at the Santa Rosa Good Feet Store by Dennin with her. Then follow up phone calls. And today I went in and got myself fitted for my own set. 
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#5 Consumer Comment

Good Product / Questionable Sales Tactics

AUTHOR: Ian - (United States of America)

I am a real customer!  LOL!

I've had severe flat feet my whole life.  Before moving to Denver, I had purchased inserts from a similar/same company in Phoenix.  My dog had chewed up my very expensive plastic inserts, so I purchased a new pair from GoodFeet here in the Denver area.

I knew what I wanted going in and didn't let them pitch me anything.  I left with a similar replacement and I was on my way.

Regarding their selling tactics both in Phoenix and Denver, I can do without it and feel someone not as knowledgable can be taken advantage of and made to pay out the nose.

I agree that for a 50 cent piece of plastic, $250 is ridiculous; PERIOD!

Now, I will admit that these orthotic inserts have changed my life.  No question about it.  I only bought the one pair and have never hand any problems with it.  You can read numerous health studies and personal reviews about the matter.  I can stand, walk, run, etc longer than ever in my life (even longer than people without flat feet, they are that good).  I no longer have back or knee issues.

So anyone reading this thinking of getting some, consider getting just one pair and don't buy into any package deal.  If you can find similar inserts for less, go for it.  But unfortunately I can't find inserts that can withstand my flat feet and provide the relief that these can.  So until the price comes down, I would recommend getting just one pair.

Just keep in mind they hurt at first.  The ligaments/bones in your feet, knees and back all have to readjust which is painful initially, but stick with it.  I could only wear mine like 1 hour a day to start.  I gradually increased it and now wear them every waking hour and they are the most comfortable things I have.

Flat feet is a pain, literally.
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#6 Consumer Comment

Good Feet Rebuttal

AUTHOR: wiingy - (United States of America)

Im sorry that Good Feet didn't work for you.

But I am here, as a consumer, to say they worked for me. 

It was the best thing I have done for myself in that last few years.  I will agree that all three supports really are not needed.  If I did it over again I would of just bought the work/exercise supports.  But I can't complain, after about three months the pain in my foot was completely gone, along with my calluses from my high arches.  Maybe that it why they worked for me, because my arches are high.  And I just needed support.  I'm not sure if people with flatter feet achieve the same results.   

Just because they don't work for everyone doesn't mean it's a scam.  I've talked to friends who have plantar fasciitis who got special supports from a doctor and got no results.  My father, had plantar fasciitis when I was younger (thanks for those genetics!) and he walked around on crutches, got special supports, and then finally had the surgery.  

 It's unfortunate they didn't work for you.  I feel your pain. Plantar Fasciitis sucks!

-Ryan
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AUTHOR: Jae - (U.S.A.)

Isnt it interesting the amount of time Good Feet spends on Ripoff Report defending itself? Yet through all of this, they have yet to say yes, we agree our return policy is repeatedly misrepresented by our sales staff and it is impossible for someone to try our pieces of plastic to see if they actually work (like we ask customers to do) when their money really disappears at the moment of the sale therefore we have significantly revised our store policies in an effort to stop ripping people off. Gee, that doesnt seem to be happening.

Heres what to expect if you shop at Good Feet. Dont believe me? Feel free to read the numerous other ripoff reports submitted by people all across the continent. The shared experiences seem to have a lot of similarities.

? Deceptive, overworked, underpaid staff that will say ANYTHING to get you to buy these things.

? Say goodbye to your money. Hopefully the pieces of plastic will work for you. If they dont, you will never see your money again. Its gone.

? Icky, scratched (with dirt in the scratches), color-smudged and definitely unclean inserts that have been worn and returned by other people given to you for hundreds of dollars, yet cant be returned for refund for hygienic reasons.

? Plan on months of runaround if the pieces of plastic dont work for you. First you can count on months of painful and time-consuming refits. After that you can depend on a slew of unreturned phone calls and hand-offs from person to person who cant seem to help you but will be happy to get back to you sometimenext week. Dont be surprised by the extraordinary number of vacations that people seem to be on when youre waiting for return calls.

? At best, you might be able to get a significantly-reduced store credit. This is fine if you like really ugly shoes, overpriced socks, and a fine selection of heavy slippers in the middle of summer.

Now, let me just take a moment to respond to the so-called customer who had such a delightful experience that he/she posted a rebuttal. Oh, Im so happy for you! If you even exist! And if you do exist, you pompous, sanctimonious figment of someones imagination, spare us your righteous and omnipotent-yet-totally-wrong version of my experience. I spent months trying to get the store to give me the right pieces of plastic. Every time Id go in, the clerk would shake his/her head and say I should have never been given the last set of plastic pieces. And then theyd bring out new pieces, insisting theyd be perfect. Keep in mind this sales person would usually be running between 3-4 other customers at the same time. It was a monumental waste of time. I gave each set of plastic many weeks to work even though they were often painful and, according to the sales clerks, the wrong fit. I was Minnesota-polite to the sales clerks each time I went in, even though they were clearly blowing smoke up my skirt and telling me a bunch of lies in order to get me out of the store with an endless stream of ill-fitting plastic parts. In the end, I spoke with several managers, numerous times, who often had some very revealing things to say about the store, its practices, and its owner under their breath.

So to you, Most-Likely-Made-Up-Imaginary-Customer, if you exist, why not pull your head out and recognize that you dont know squat about what I experienced or what I did for months on end to try to make this expensive product work for me. If you want to write about your own imaginary and wonderful experience, fine. But spare us the judgments and assumptions about mine.

Yes, I fell for it. Im an idiot for spending nearly $600 on some flimsy and dirty pieces of plastic. I wanted so badly to believe that these things could help me with my pain. Yes I had buyers remorse. After many months of trying to make my investment work and finding, over and over, that the store doesnt stand behind any of its agents claims. Im a complete idiot just like the millions of other people who have, through the centuries, spent their hard-earned money on some version of snake oil with the deluded hope that somehow it will ease their pain and help them live happier lives.

But at least Im an idiot who wants to share the experience so others can make better and more informed buying decisions.

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#8 UPDATE Employee

Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

AUTHOR: Denver Good Feet - (U.S.A.)

Good Feet Arch Supports Are America's #1 Arch Supports!
What Are Arch Supports?
Arch supports are devices that you place in your shoes that help support your feet's arches. Arch supports differ from insoles and inserts in that they are the only ones that are really made to support your arches.

What Do Arch Supports Do?
Good Feet Arch supports are designed to hold and support your feet in their natural, ideal position. This support spreads your weight properly throughout your feet, improves your balance and helps to keep your feet from pronating (rolling inward) or supinating (rolling outward) when you walk.

Do Arch Supports Relieve Foot Pain?
Yes, they can. Because arch supports hold and support your feet in their ideal position, they can help relieve foot pain from a variety of foot problems. Many customers have told us they could finally walk pain free after being fitted with Good Feet arch supports.

According To Our Customers, Good Feet Arch Supports Have Relieved Pain From:
-Plantar Fasciitis
-Hammertoes
-Bunions
-Heel Spurs
-Pain in the top of their feet
-Pain in the bottom of their feet
-Leg pain
-Lower back pain
-Sore, tired feet

How Are Good Feet Arch Supports Different From Other Arch Supports?
Good Feet Arch Supports are sold exclusively through Good Feet Stores, are not available through mail order, over the internet or from the drug or grocery store. We custom fit our arch supports to each and every customer. Since no two pair of feet are exactly the same - and your shoe size is not your arch support size - to get the right fit, you must be fit in person. Each Good Feet Store has trained and certified arch support fitters to assist you.

Who Can Good Feet Arch Supports Help?
We have customers from nearly every occupation and walk of life. The people who seem to have the most success are those who need to be on their feet for extended periods of time, who are experiencing foot, back or leg pain, or those who simply want better balance, comfort and support.

Does Good Feet Offer Arch Supports for Children?
Yes! Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are specially designed for children ages 6 and up! Available at participating Good Feet locations, Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are designed to stabilize the foot and redistribute body weight more evenly, which can relieve foot and leg pain during strenuous activity, or in children struggling with painful feet and legs due to excessive weight.

Good Feet Customers' Occupations Include:
-Professional & amateur athletes
-Dancers
-Waiters and waitresses
-Police, fire & EMS workers
-Nurses
-Teachers
-Construction workers
-Sales people

We would love for anyone who has had a problem with Good Feet Arch Supports to come in and we will refit you for FREE! We are here to help and don't want you leaving with a bad taste in your mouth. So come in to one of our many locations; Aruora, Denver, Fort Collina, Lakewood, Thorton, Park Meadows, and Westminster and we will be here to help you with anything.
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Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

AUTHOR: Denver Good Feet - (U.S.A.)

Good Feet Arch Supports Are America's #1 Arch Supports!
What Are Arch Supports?
Arch supports are devices that you place in your shoes that help support your feet's arches. Arch supports differ from insoles and inserts in that they are the only ones that are really made to support your arches.

What Do Arch Supports Do?
Good Feet Arch supports are designed to hold and support your feet in their natural, ideal position. This support spreads your weight properly throughout your feet, improves your balance and helps to keep your feet from pronating (rolling inward) or supinating (rolling outward) when you walk.

Do Arch Supports Relieve Foot Pain?
Yes, they can. Because arch supports hold and support your feet in their ideal position, they can help relieve foot pain from a variety of foot problems. Many customers have told us they could finally walk pain free after being fitted with Good Feet arch supports.

According To Our Customers, Good Feet Arch Supports Have Relieved Pain From:
-Plantar Fasciitis
-Hammertoes
-Bunions
-Heel Spurs
-Pain in the top of their feet
-Pain in the bottom of their feet
-Leg pain
-Lower back pain
-Sore, tired feet

How Are Good Feet Arch Supports Different From Other Arch Supports?
Good Feet Arch Supports are sold exclusively through Good Feet Stores, are not available through mail order, over the internet or from the drug or grocery store. We custom fit our arch supports to each and every customer. Since no two pair of feet are exactly the same - and your shoe size is not your arch support size - to get the right fit, you must be fit in person. Each Good Feet Store has trained and certified arch support fitters to assist you.

Who Can Good Feet Arch Supports Help?
We have customers from nearly every occupation and walk of life. The people who seem to have the most success are those who need to be on their feet for extended periods of time, who are experiencing foot, back or leg pain, or those who simply want better balance, comfort and support.

Does Good Feet Offer Arch Supports for Children?
Yes! Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are specially designed for children ages 6 and up! Available at participating Good Feet locations, Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are designed to stabilize the foot and redistribute body weight more evenly, which can relieve foot and leg pain during strenuous activity, or in children struggling with painful feet and legs due to excessive weight.

Good Feet Customers' Occupations Include:
-Professional & amateur athletes
-Dancers
-Waiters and waitresses
-Police, fire & EMS workers
-Nurses
-Teachers
-Construction workers
-Sales people

We would love for anyone who has had a problem with Good Feet Arch Supports to come in and we will refit you for FREE! We are here to help and don't want you leaving with a bad taste in your mouth. So come in to one of our many locations; Aruora, Denver, Fort Collina, Lakewood, Thorton, Park Meadows, and Westminster and we will be here to help you with anything.
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Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

AUTHOR: Denver Good Feet - (U.S.A.)

Good Feet Arch Supports Are America's #1 Arch Supports!
What Are Arch Supports?
Arch supports are devices that you place in your shoes that help support your feet's arches. Arch supports differ from insoles and inserts in that they are the only ones that are really made to support your arches.

What Do Arch Supports Do?
Good Feet Arch supports are designed to hold and support your feet in their natural, ideal position. This support spreads your weight properly throughout your feet, improves your balance and helps to keep your feet from pronating (rolling inward) or supinating (rolling outward) when you walk.

Do Arch Supports Relieve Foot Pain?
Yes, they can. Because arch supports hold and support your feet in their ideal position, they can help relieve foot pain from a variety of foot problems. Many customers have told us they could finally walk pain free after being fitted with Good Feet arch supports.

According To Our Customers, Good Feet Arch Supports Have Relieved Pain From:
-Plantar Fasciitis
-Hammertoes
-Bunions
-Heel Spurs
-Pain in the top of their feet
-Pain in the bottom of their feet
-Leg pain
-Lower back pain
-Sore, tired feet

How Are Good Feet Arch Supports Different From Other Arch Supports?
Good Feet Arch Supports are sold exclusively through Good Feet Stores, are not available through mail order, over the internet or from the drug or grocery store. We custom fit our arch supports to each and every customer. Since no two pair of feet are exactly the same - and your shoe size is not your arch support size - to get the right fit, you must be fit in person. Each Good Feet Store has trained and certified arch support fitters to assist you.

Who Can Good Feet Arch Supports Help?
We have customers from nearly every occupation and walk of life. The people who seem to have the most success are those who need to be on their feet for extended periods of time, who are experiencing foot, back or leg pain, or those who simply want better balance, comfort and support.

Does Good Feet Offer Arch Supports for Children?
Yes! Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are specially designed for children ages 6 and up! Available at participating Good Feet locations, Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are designed to stabilize the foot and redistribute body weight more evenly, which can relieve foot and leg pain during strenuous activity, or in children struggling with painful feet and legs due to excessive weight.

Good Feet Customers' Occupations Include:
-Professional & amateur athletes
-Dancers
-Waiters and waitresses
-Police, fire & EMS workers
-Nurses
-Teachers
-Construction workers
-Sales people

We would love for anyone who has had a problem with Good Feet Arch Supports to come in and we will refit you for FREE! We are here to help and don't want you leaving with a bad taste in your mouth. So come in to one of our many locations; Aruora, Denver, Fort Collina, Lakewood, Thorton, Park Meadows, and Westminster and we will be here to help you with anything.
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Denver Good Feet #1 Arch Support in America

AUTHOR: Denver Good Feet - (U.S.A.)

Good Feet Arch Supports Are America's #1 Arch Supports!
What Are Arch Supports?
Arch supports are devices that you place in your shoes that help support your feet's arches. Arch supports differ from insoles and inserts in that they are the only ones that are really made to support your arches.

What Do Arch Supports Do?
Good Feet Arch supports are designed to hold and support your feet in their natural, ideal position. This support spreads your weight properly throughout your feet, improves your balance and helps to keep your feet from pronating (rolling inward) or supinating (rolling outward) when you walk.

Do Arch Supports Relieve Foot Pain?
Yes, they can. Because arch supports hold and support your feet in their ideal position, they can help relieve foot pain from a variety of foot problems. Many customers have told us they could finally walk pain free after being fitted with Good Feet arch supports.

According To Our Customers, Good Feet Arch Supports Have Relieved Pain From:
-Plantar Fasciitis
-Hammertoes
-Bunions
-Heel Spurs
-Pain in the top of their feet
-Pain in the bottom of their feet
-Leg pain
-Lower back pain
-Sore, tired feet

How Are Good Feet Arch Supports Different From Other Arch Supports?
Good Feet Arch Supports are sold exclusively through Good Feet Stores, are not available through mail order, over the internet or from the drug or grocery store. We custom fit our arch supports to each and every customer. Since no two pair of feet are exactly the same - and your shoe size is not your arch support size - to get the right fit, you must be fit in person. Each Good Feet Store has trained and certified arch support fitters to assist you.

Who Can Good Feet Arch Supports Help?
We have customers from nearly every occupation and walk of life. The people who seem to have the most success are those who need to be on their feet for extended periods of time, who are experiencing foot, back or leg pain, or those who simply want better balance, comfort and support.

Does Good Feet Offer Arch Supports for Children?
Yes! Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are specially designed for children ages 6 and up! Available at participating Good Feet locations, Good Feet Youth Arch Supports are designed to stabilize the foot and redistribute body weight more evenly, which can relieve foot and leg pain during strenuous activity, or in children struggling with painful feet and legs due to excessive weight.

Good Feet Customers' Occupations Include:
-Professional & amateur athletes
-Dancers
-Waiters and waitresses
-Police, fire & EMS workers
-Nurses
-Teachers
-Construction workers
-Sales people

We would love for anyone who has had a problem with Good Feet Arch Supports to come in and we will refit you for FREE! We are here to help and don't want you leaving with a bad taste in your mouth. So come in to one of our many locations; Aruora, Denver, Fort Collina, Lakewood, Thorton, Park Meadows, and Westminster and we will be here to help you with anything.
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A great product and company

AUTHOR: Douglas - (U.S.A.)

I saw a negative report on this site about Goodfeet. I have to say if the person that filed the report spent as much time using the product as trying to return it, it would have not been a problem.

The fact is the inserts are going to hurt at first. I was unable to run or even walk fast for 20 years. I fiqured I would be in pain for the rest of my life so I gave up trying.

I saw the ad and bought the inserts. I started using them and yes they hurt at first. They were doing their job reforming my foot....so of course they are going to hurt. After a month as my foot adjusted my severe plantar fasitis went away. I was able to run again and I lost 50 lbs in 4 months

I had spent $1000's on other treatments and was looking at surgery. I tried these and for $500.00 my problem was fixed. I really only needed the "max" inserts for $250 but bought the whole set.

One cracked and they replaced it and in fact gave me two sets. It is a great company with a great product !!!! As a matter of fact I just took my 80 year father down to get a set. I bought the first set in Lakewood Colorado and just bought a second set in Fairlawn Ohio.
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